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OS/VS1 Release 7 Guide 




GC24-5201-0 
File No. S370-34 



Systems OS/VS1 Release 7 Guide 

Release 7 



Preface 

This publication summarizes the differences between 
OS/vsi Release 7 and Release 6.7. It provides installa- 
tion managers, system programmers, and IBM Field 
Engineering personnel with useful planning and imple- 
mentation information. 

The four chapters of this publication contain: 

1. Functional summaries of the enhancements and 
information about the device support included in 
this release. 

2. Installation and system generation considerations. 

3. An OS/VSl publications list and library chart. 

4. Order and distribution procedures for this release, 
including program material shipped with the sys- 
tem and optional material available. 



The Release Guide no longer contains lists of APARs 
and PTFs that are included with this release. See the 
Program Directory available from PID for this informa- 
tion. 

APAR descriptions and the Program Symptom Index 
are available in the EWS (Early Warning System) mi- 
crofiche service, which the Field Engineering (FE) Di- 
vision maintains and updates weekly. You may sub- 
scribe to the EWS under SLSS (System Library Subscrip- 
tion Service). Contact your IBM representative or the 
IBM branch office serving your locality to assist you in 
establishing and maintaining a subscription so you'll 
automatically receive updated books. 



First Edition (July 1979) 

This edition, GC24-5201-0, applies to Release 7 of OS/VSl. Changes are continually 
made to the information contained herein; before using this publication in connection 
with the operation of IBM systems, consult the latest IBM System/ 370 Bibliography, 
GC20-0001, for editions that are applicable and current. 

Publications are not stocked at the address given below; requests for IBM publications 
should be made to your IBM representative or to the IBM branch office serving your 
locality. 

This publication has been produced by IBM Corporation, Programming Publications, 
Dept. G60, P.O. Box 6, Endicott, NY, U.S.A. 13760. 

© Copyright International Business Machines Corporation 1979 



Contents 



Chapter 1: Functional Summary 5 

433 1/434 1 Processor Support 5 

Device Support 5 

3278 Model 2A Service Aids Support 5 

Supervisor Enhancements 5 

Scheduler Enhancements 6 

Chapter 2: Installation and System Generation Considerations 7 

System Generation Considerations 7 

Utility Programs 7 

Starter System Considerations 7 

Component Distribution Libraries (DLIBs) 7 

Storage Requirements 7 

Minimum I/O Requirements 8 

Programming Requirements Using an Existing VS1 System 8 

Special Installation Considerations and Restrictions 8 

Special Features Required 8 

Programming Considerations 8 

Installation Productivity Option (IPO) 9 

Chapter 3: Publications 10 

Publications List 10 

OS/VS1 Library Charts 15 

Chapter 4: Ordering and Distribution 23 

Ordering Procedures 23 

Distribution Procedures 24 

Basic Program Material List 25 

Base System Control Program Subsets 25 

Optional System Control Program Subsets 27 

Optional Program Material List 27 



Contents 



OS/VS1 Release 7 Guide 



Chapter 1: Functional Summary 



This chapter briefly describes the device support, su- 
pervisor enhancements, and scheduler enhancements 
included in Release 7. 

os/vsi Release 7 is built on an os/vsi Release 6.7 
base and includes all selectable units that were inte- 
grated into that release. Initially, both os/vsi Release 
7 and Release 6.7 are current and simultaneously avail- 
able. 

For a listing of apars and PTFs that are included 
with this release, see the Program Directory available 
from PID. The service level of VS1 Release 7 is at the 
7905 PTF tape level. 

4331/4341 Processor Support 

Release 7 of VSl supports the IBM 4331 and 4341 Pro- 
cessors in System/370 mode and the IBM 3278 Model 
2A Display Station. 

With this support, vsi: 

• Recognizes the IBM 433 1 or 4341 Processor as a 
processing unit. 

• Provides channel error recovery procedures for 
the IBM 4331 or 4341 Processor. 

• Recognizes the IBM 3278 Model 2A Display Sta- 
tion as a master or secondary console. 

ECPS: vsi (Extended Control Program Support for 
VSl) is supported on the 4341 Processor. The level of 
ECPS for the 4341 is the set of instructions supported by 
the IBM System/370 Model 158 and the 3031 Processor 
plus the page measurement operation supported by the 
Model 138/148. In addition, vsi passes the address of 
the highest location of the fixed SQA (system queue 
area) to the 4341, which then bypasses translation be- 
low that address. 

Among the optional features that Release 7 supports 
on the 433 1 Processor are the communications adapter 
and the diskette drive. The communications adapter 
operating in 2703 compatibility mode provides control 
for the attachment of up to eight binary synchronous 
communications (BSC) or start/stop lines in any combi- 
nation. The diskette drive is a single drive diskette 
reader/recorder that reads from or writes to IBM Disk- 
ettes Type 1. vsi Release 7 supports the diskette drive 
as an IBM 3540 Diskette Input/Output Unit. 

Device Support 

All devices supported by Release 6.7 are supported by 
Release 7. 

Release 7 also supports: 

• The attachment of 3340/3344 Direct Access Stor- 



age devices to a 4341 Processor via the 3880 Stor- 
age Control Model 1. The 3880 Storage Control 
Model 1 provides two independent paths, called 
storage directors, for transfer of file positioning 
commands and data between channels and the 
processor. 

• The IBM 3203 Model 5 Printer on the 4300 Pro- 
cessors. 

The iodevice macro is changed in Release 7 to 
recognize the prepare-to-read feature of the IBM 3274 
Model ID Control Unit for 3277 Display Stations and 
3284/3286 Printers. This feature supports the SELECT 
commands that notify the controller of an intention to 
read or write data. 

3278 Model 2A Service Aids Support 

The console^ parameter of the hmdsadmp service 
aids macro instruction is used to specify the device 
address and the device type of the primary system con- 
sole for the stand-alone dump program (sadmp). In 
addition to the device types listed in OS/ VSl Service 
Aids, GC28-0665, you can use 3278-2A to specify the 
IBM 3278 Model 2A Display Station. 

Supervisor Enhancements 

Supervisor enhancements included in Release 7 are 
listed below. A brief description follows each item. 

Request Queue Element (RQE) Serviceability: A 

Request Queue Element contains the addresses of the 
major control blocks needed to process a request for 
I/O activity. In previous releases, RQEs were obtained 
from and returned to the top of the RQE freelist. This 
meant that the same RQEs were used and re-used. As a 
serviceability enhancement, IOS (input/output supervi- 
sor) now gets RQEs from the top of the freelist and re- 
turns them to the bottom. This destroys residual in- 
formation about previous requests less rapidly, and 
allows service personnel to reconstruct prior I/O events 
more efficiently. 

Cross-Partition Communication: Cross-partition com- 
munication allows communication between tasks that 
are executing concurrently in two different partitions. 
To use this function, you create a link that permits 
posting of each partition and passing of data between 
partitions. 

Graphics Console Roll/Delete: At system generation, 
you can specify whether graphics consoles are initial- 
ized in roll mode or roll-deletable mode. You no long- 
er have to issue a command after they are initialized to 



Chapter 1: Functional Summary 



get them into that mode. The amount of time between 
screen rolls may also be specified at system generation. 

VM/370 IPL (non-zero memory): The way OS/vsi IPL 
(initial program load) zeros main storage under vm/370 
is improved. The new procedure is faster than the 
method used in previous releases. 

Page Supervisor Preferred Pages: You can now speci- 
fy that certain pages are to be preferred with respect to 
the length of time they are allowed to remain in real 
storage without being referenced. By using the 
PAGETUNE command, the central operator is able to 
specify a preference index for each partition. This in- 
dex is an integer from 1 to 255. It represents the num- 
ber of times an unreferenced page within the address 
range of the partition will be allowed to cycle through 
the page supervisor in-use queues before being chosen 
for page out. 

IOS Short Term Fix/Long Term Fix: In previous 
releases, when IOS (input/output supervisor) requested 
pages to be fixed in real storage, the pages were marked 
as short term fixed. This meant they would be fixed 
only for the duration of the I/O operation (which was 
generally a short time). 

Telecommunications and graphics operations, how- 
ever, may cause pages to be fixed for a relatively long 
time. In vsi Release 7, IOS recognizes these operations 
and requests the pages be long term fixed. This allows 
the page supervisor to better manage the real pages in 
the system. 

IOS Start I/O Fast: IOS uses the Start I/O Fast Re- 
lease (SIOF) instruction instead of Start I/O (sio). This 
increases channel/processor overlap, allowing more 
available processor time under normal conditions. 

List Search Technique: Instead of the traditional se- 
quential search, the contents supervisor uses a new 
hashing technique when searching the resident svc and 
resident reenterable lists. The new algorithm allows the 
contents supervisor to search longer resident-lists more 
efficiently. 

EXCPVR Handshake: excpvr recognizes that os/vs l 
is running in VM/370 non-paging mode and does not 
attempt to fix pages passed from the user page-fix ap- 
pendage. This reduces I/O path length for excpvr 
requests with user page-fix appendages. The user page- 
fix appendage is still entered for compatibility. 



Scheduler Enhancements 

Scheduler enhancements included in Release 7 are 
listed below. A brief description follows each item. 

Concatenated Procedure Libraries (PROCLIBs): 

You are able to concatenate procedure libraries at 
Master Scheduler Initialization (MSI) time. The start 
command can now refer to procedure libraries outside 
SYS1.PROCLIB, allowing remote workstations with fast- 
start readers to have additional procedure libraries. 
These concatenated PROCLIBs are available throughout 
the life of the IPL. 

Enhanced Automatic Volume Recognition (AVR): 

You can select a new AVR nomount option at system 
generation. When you choose this option, avr allo- 
cates premounted tape and dasd volumes. If there are 
remaining volume requirements, the system uses stan- 
dard allocation mount processing rather than generic 
mount requests. 

Multiple Log Copies: You are able to request multiple 
copies of the system log via the jes sysgen macro, the 
JESxxxxx member of sysi.parmlib, or the writelog 
command. 

Message Enhancement: The display of job control 
language (JCL) interpreter error messages is changed 
for improved visibility. Five periods preface all OS/vsi 
JCL interpreter messages. 

TYPRUN=SCAN Change: Processing of the JOB 
statement keyword typrun=scan is changed to issue 
a message with new text indicating that the job was not 
run because typrun=scan was coded. 

New S YSOUT DISPLAY Command: A new com- 
mand, so, enables the system operator or a remote 
operator to display the output characteristics for a job 
in the SYSOUT queue on either a data set or a class 
basis. The operator can then use this information to 
manage output processing more efficiently by manipu- 
lating the system output. 

Allocation Deserialization: An improvement in alloca- 
tion allows an increase in multiprogramming to occur 
because of deserialization. Allocation is no longer seri- 
alized during the job file control block (jfcb) house- 
keeping routine or while waiting for devices or vol- 
umes. This change allows more overlap among alloca- 
tions and terminations. 



OS/VSI Release 7 Guide 



Chapter 2: Installation and System Generation Considerations 



System Generation Considerations 

SMP Release 4 must be applied if you are using either 
an existing vsi operating system or a starter system 
from a previous vsi release. A tape containing the load 
module of SMP Release 4 and a dlibload procedure is 
supplied with the distribution libraries. For detailed 
information about system generation, see OS/ VSI 
System Generation Reference, GC26-3791. 

Utility Programs 

The independent utilities operate outside the control of 
a system control program and are loaded as card decks 
or on tape as card images. The independent utilities 
and IPL text must be of the same release level as the 
system you are generating. These programs are distrib- 
uted in the distribution library sysi.asamplib. 

Starter System Considerations 

The Integrated Communications Adapter (ICA) feature 
on the IBM System/370 Model 135 uses one address for 
each line, up to a total of eight lines beginning at ad- 
dress 001. The IBM 321 1 printer, generated in the start- 
er system at addresses 002, 004, and 202, cannot be 
used on channel in this case. The starter system avail- 
able in VSI is distributed on tape to be restored to either 
a 2314/2319, 3330, 3340, or 3350 disk storage device, 
depending on which starter system is used. 

The starter system, regardless of standard labels or 
the dual density feature, assumes that all 9-track tapes 
are written at a density of 1600 bpi. If your tape drive 
is dual density and you want it to write at a density 
other than 1600 bpi, you must specify the density in the 
DCB parameter of the dd statements for the tape data 
set. The density must be specified for each job step 
using the data set. If your tape unit is single density, it 
will write only at that single density. 800 and 1600 bpi 
tapes cannot be used for labeled sysout tapes. 

The minimum system configuration for using the 
starter system is: 

• An IBM System/370 Model 135, 138, 145, 148, 
155II, 158, 165II, 168; or an IBM 3031, 3032, 3033, 
4331,4341 Processor 

• 192K of real storage (see the note following) 

• Two 3350, three 3330 or 3340 (70 meg), five 3340 
(35 meg), or five 2314/2319 dasds 

• A 2400- or 3400-series magnetic tape unit 

• Console 

• SYSIN device 

■• SYSOUT print and punch devices. 



Note: If you are generating a system in 192K of real storage, do not 
use the default block size for the system data sets, which are blocked 
to a full track. Specify a block size smaller than a full track for the 
data sets. 

The VSI SCP is generated in two stages: 

• Stage I analyzes user-coded macro instructions for 
errors. If it finds no errors, it produces a job 
stream for use by Stage II. 

• Stage II uses the job stream produced by Stage I 
to select and process modules from the distribu- 
tion libraries and optional user-written modules to 
form a new vsi system. 

The first time a VSI system is generated, you must 
use the starter system. The starter system for perform- 
ing the first system generation consists of: 

• A control program that supports the central pro- 
cessing unit and I/O devices needed to perform the 
system generation. 

• An assembler and linkage editor. 

• The utility programs used for data set space allo- 
cation, volume initialization, and Stage II process- 
ing. 

If you use an existing VSI system as the generating 
system, you should note these additional items: 

• The START command for the initiator should in- 
clude the SPACE keyword to increase the size of 
the scheduler work area data set (SWADS) from 250 
to 600 blocks. 

• SYS1.SYSPOOL requires 50 cylinders on a 2314, 30 
cylinders on a device in the 3330 series, 45 cylin- 
ders on a 3340 and 3344, or 20 cylinders on the 
3350. 

• The linkage-editor sizes used for a nucleus link- 
edit are size 1 = 192 and size2=64. 

Component Distribution Libraries (DLIBs) 

The component libraries are distributed in SMP format 
on magnetic tape. All non-optional system subsets are 
grouped on the dlib tapes. You can load these same 
tapes directly onto two 2314/2319 disks; two 3340 (35 
meg) disks; or one 3330, 3340 (70 meg), 3344, or 3350 
disk. To use space more efficiently, DLIB data sets con- 
taining link-edited code have block sizes of 6144 bytes 
rather than 7294 bytes. 

Storage Requirements 

Review the manual OS/ VSI Storage Estimates, 
GC24-5094, before planning your VSI system. 



Chapter 2: Installation and System Generation Considerations 



Minimum I/O Requirements 

Refer to OS/VS1 System Generation Reference, 
GC26-3791, for the minimum machine requirements 
for a vsi system generation. 

Programming Requirements Using an 
Existing VSl System 

A starter system provides all the programming support 
needed to perform a VSl system generation. If you use 
an existing VSl operating system as the generating sys- 
tem, it must contain this programming support: 

• OS/VS Assembler 

• Linkage Editor 

• IEHDASDR utility program 

• IEBCOPY utility program 

• IEBUPDTE utility program 

• IEHPROGM utility program 

• IEHIOSUP utility program 

• ifcdipoo utility program 

• IEBEDIT utility program 

• IEHLIST utility program 

• asms and links (in sysi.proclib) 

• SMP Release 4 

Note: See "Ordering Procedures" in Chapter 4 for additional restric- 
tions. 

Special Installation Considerations 
and Restrictions 

Special Features Required 

Both VSAM and VTAM require that the following special 
no-charge features be installed on machine types as 
indicated: 



Machine 
Type 


Feature 
Number 


Feature 
Name 


3135 
3145 


1051 
1001 


Conditional Swapping 

Advanced Control Program Support 



1051 



Conditional Swapping 



Programming Considerations 

SMP Data Set Usage 

Depending upon your SMP options, some of these SMP 
data sets are required for this release: 

SMPACDS: This data set contains information about 
the macros, modules, and SYSMODs in the distribution 
libraries. The data in the ACDS is used by SMP to con- 
trol the checking, inserting, or removing of modules 
and macro definitions in the distribution libraries. 



SMPACRQ: This data set holds ++IF modification 
control statements for use by ACCEPT processing. 

SMPCDS: This data set contains information about 
the macros, assemblies, modules, libraries copied at 
system generation time, and SYSMODs in the Release 7 
system. The data in the CDS is used by SMP to control 
the checking, inserting, or removing of modules and 
macro definitions in the Release 7 libraries. 

SMPCRQ: This data set holds ++IF modification 
control statements for use by APPLY processing. 

SMPLOG: This data set contains a time-stamped 
record of events that occur during SMP processing. SMP 
automatically writes records to this data set. 

SMPMTS: This data set contains macros that do not 
reside in a Release 7 library. The updated version of 
the macro is stored on the SMPMTS during apply pro- 
cessing. The data is used in APPLY, ACCEPT, and 
RESTORE processing. 

SMPPTS: This data set serves as temporary storage 
for SYSMODs. The name "PTF Temporary Store" is a 
carry-over from previous SMP releases in which the 
name "ptf" described all types of modifications. 

SMPSCDS: This data set contains backup copies of 
CDS entries that are modified during APPLY processing 
when ++JCLIN modification control statements are 
present in SYSMODs. The backup copies are used dur- 
ing RESTORE processing to return the CDS entries to the 
state they were in before APPLY processing. 

SMPSTS: This data set contains source modules that 
do not reside in a Release 7 library. The updated ver- 
sion of the source module is stored on the SMPSTS dur- 
ing APPLY processing. The data set is used in APPLY, 
accept, and restore processing, and is passed to the 
assembler as input. 

The following data sets, required for SMP RECEIVE, 
accept, and NO APPLY processing, are allocated by the 
dlibload procedure provided with the distribution 
libraries: 

• SYS 1. ACDS 

• SYS 1. SMPLOG 

• SYS 1. SMPMTS 

• SYS 1. SMPPTS 

• SYS1.SMPSTS 

• SYS1.SMPACRQ 

For more information about SMP data sets, refer to 
OS /VSl System Modification Program (SMP) System 
Programmer's Guide, GC28-0673. 



OS/VS 1 Release 7 Guide 



Installation Productivity Option 
(IPO) 

The OS/VS1 Release 7 System IPO is a pregenerated 
system that may include one or more of the following 
optional products: 

• OS/VSl 

• IMS/VS DB (Data Base only) 

• IMS/VS db/dc (including the Data Communica- 
tion Feature) 

• cics/vs 

• ACF/VTAM 

• ACF/NCP 

Each of the components is described in detail in the 
System Installation Productivity Option (IPO) for 
OS/VSl Planning Guide, GC20-1861. 

IPO reduces the machine time and manpower re- 
quired for the installation process by including: 

• Current ptfs and apar fixes preapplied. 

• Pregenerated code based on preselected options. 

• Job control statements for installing the program, 
and a step-by-step installation procedure. 

• Sample programs and test cases to validate the 
installation. 



• Procedures and job control language statements 
for tailoring or expanding the function of the pre- 
generated version of the program to more closely 
meet user requirements. 

Benefits provided by the IPO are: 

Coordinated Maintenance: The service levels of the 
individual components are compatible. 

Coordinated Options: The options selected for the 
pregenerated systems, and those used in the generation 
decks supplied, are compatible across the System IPO. 

Coordinated Operational Verification: To ensure the 
components will run in an operational environment, 
IBM runs sample programs to verify the components. 
The OS/VSl System ipo is verified primarily under the 
VM/370-IPO, and is also verified in native mode on a 
System/370 Model 148. 

Coordinated Installation Process: With the exception 
of the OS/VSl component, the installation process for 
the various components that make up the System ipo is 
uniform. 

Coordinated Installation Guides: The installation 
guides for the various components have been coordi- 
nated so that they are similar in content, layout, and 
format. 



Chapter 2: Installation and System Generation Considerations 



Chapter 3: Publications 

Refer to the Program Directory (available from pid) for 
the program temporary fixes resolved and for the APAR 
list. 

No additional hardware engineering change levels 
are required for the device support included in 
Release 7. 

You can find information concerning apars correct- 
ed and PTFs generated as a result of post-release change 
activity in the Early Warning System (ews) microfiche, 
which is available through the System Library Sub- 
scription Service (SLSS). For ordering information, see 
your IBM representative. 



Publications List 

The os/vs publications library has several additions, 
revisions, and TNLs for this release of vsi. Unless you 
specify editions for a previous release by using the 
"temporary order numbers" listed in the IBM 
System/ 370 Bibliography, you will receive the latest 
edition of each publication you order. To keep your 
library updated automatically, you should use the Sys- 
tem Library Subscription Service (slss), available 
through your IBM representative, and described in 
Entering an SLSS Subscription, G320-1561. 

This section lists, within subject code groups, the 
publications that support Release 7 of vsi. 

Note: Beginning with Release 5, most VSI logic manuals are avail- 
able on microfiche as well as printed manuals. 



00 General Information 

IBM System/370 Bibliography 

IBM System/370 System Summary: Processors 

03 Printers, Control Units 

Introducing the IBM 3800 Printing 
Subsystem and Its Programming 

04 OCR, MCR (Optical, Magnetic Character 
Readers), Control Units 

IBM 3890 Document Processor, Machine 
and Programming Description 

09 Communications Systems or Equipment 

Systems Network Architecture General Information 

20 Programming Systems - General Information 
OS/VS 1 Features 

OS/VS 1 Master Index 
OS/VS 1 Master Index of Logic 

21 Assembler 

OS/VS, DOS/VS, and VM/370 Assembler Language 



OS/VS and VM/370 Assembler Logic 

OS/VS and VM/370 Assembler Programmer's Guide 

30 Access Methods, Data Management, 

Storage/Communications Control Programs 
IBM 3800 Printing Subsystem Programmer's Guide 
OS/VS 3886 Optical Character Reader, Model 1 Logic 
OS/VS 1 Access Method Services 
OS/VS 1 Access Method Services Logic 
OS/VS 1 BDAM Logic 
OS/VS BTAM 



OS/VS BTAM Logic 

OS/VS 1 Catalog Management Logic 

OS/VS 1 DADSM Logic 

OS/VS 1 Data Management for System Programmers 



Base 
Order No. 

GC20-0001-2 
GA22-7001-7 

GC26-3829-5 



GA24-3612-5 



GA27-3 102-1 

GC20- 1752-3 
GC24-5 104-1 
GY24-5 164-1 

GC33-4010-5 



SY33-8041-1 
GC33-4021-3 



GC26-3 846-2 
SY24-5 162-0 
GC26-3 840-3 
SY35-0008-2 
SY26-3836-0 
GC27-6980-3 



SY27-7246-2 

SY35-0003-3 
SY26-3837-1 
GC26-3837-2 



Applicable 
TNLs and 
Supplements 

GN20-0021 

GN22-0577 



Microfiche 
Order No. 



GN33-8193 

GN33-8201 

GN33-8207 

GN33-8226 

SN33-8192 

SN33-8238 

GN33-8205 

GN33-8236 



SN26-0788 
GN27-1477 
GN27-1502 
GN30-3061 
GN30-3097 
SN30-3062 
SN30-3098 

SN26-0807 
GN26-0913 
GN26-0875 



GCB4-5 104-1 
GYB4-5 164-0 



SYC3-8041-0 



SYB4-5 162-0 

SYC5-0008-1 
SYB6-3836-0 



SYB7-7246-1 

SYC5-0003-0 
SYB6-3837-0 



10 



OS/VS 1 Release 7 Guide 



OS/VS1 Data Management Macro Instructions 
OS/VS1 Data Management Services Guide 
OS/VS Graphics Access Method Logic 

OS/VS Problem Determination Aids and 
Messages and Codes for GPS and GSP 
OS/VS Graphics Problem-Oriented Routines Logic 
OS/VS Graphic Subroutine Package (GSP) 
for FORTRAN IV, COBOL, and PL/I 

OS/VS Graphic Subroutine Package (GSP) 

for FORTRAN IV, COBOL, and PL/I Logic 
OS/VS 1 I/O Supervisor Logic 



OS/VS 1 ISAM Logic 

OS/VS Logic for IBM 3890 Document Processor 

OS/VS Mass Storage System (MSS) Installation 

Planning and Table Create 
OS/VS Mass Storage Control Table Create Logic 
OS/VS Mass Storage Control (MSC) Trace 

Reports Logic 
OS/VS 1 Mass Storage System 

Communicator (MSSC) Logic 
OS/VS Message Library: Mass Storage 

System (MSS) Messages 
Operator's Library: IBM 3850 Mass 

Storage System (MSS) Under OS/VS 
IBM 3850 Introduction and Preinstallation 

Planning 
OS/VS Mass Storage System (MSS) Services: 

General Information 
OS/VS MSS System Data Analyzer 

OS/VS MSS System Data Analyzer Logic 
OS/VS MSS Enhancements Selectable Unit 

System Information (SU 5) 
OS/VS Mass Storage System (MSS) Services Logic 
OS/VS Mass Storage System (MSS) Services: 

Reference Information 
OS/VS 1 Open/Close/EOV Logic 
OS/VS 1 RES RTAM and Workstation Support Logic 
OS/VS Message Library: VS1 RES RTAM 

and Account Messages 
OS/VS 1 SAM Logic 

IBM System/370 Subsystem Support Services Logic 
OS/VS Message Library: Subsystem 

Support Services Messages' 
IBM System/370 Subsystem Support 

Services User's Guide 
OS/VS Tape Labels 
OS/VS Message Library: VS1 TCAM Level 10 

Messages (SU 2) 
OS/VS 1 TCAM Level 10 Selectable Unit 

System Information (SU 2) 
OS/VS TCAM Level 10 System Programmer's Guide 

(SU 2) 
OS/VS TCAM Level 10 Installation and Migration Guide 
OS/VS TCAM Level 10 Macro Reference Guide 

(SU2) 
OS/VS TCAM Level 10 Application Programmer's 

Guide (SU 2) 
Operator's Library: OS/VS TCAM Level 10 

(SU2) 
OS/VS TCAM Level 10 Concepts and 

Applications 
OS/VS TCAM Level 10 Debugging Guide 
OS/VS TCAM Level 10 Program Logic Manual 
OS/VS TCAM Program Reference Summary 



Base 
Order No. 

GC26-3872-0 
GC26-3874-0 
SY27-7240-0 

GC27-6974-1 

SY27-7241-0 
GC27-6973-0 



SY27-7242-0 
SY24-5 156-5 



SY26-3838-0 
SY24-5 163-0 
GC35-0028-0 

SY35-0016-4 
SY35-0014-2 

SY35-0012-3 

GC3 8- 1000-5 

GC35-0014-2 

GA32-0038-0 

GC35-0016-2 

GC35-0027-0 

SY35-0029-0 
GC35-0018-0 

SY35-0015-3 
GC35-0017-1 

SY26-3 839-3 
SY28-6849-4 
GC38-1010-4 

SY26-3840-2 

SY30-3017-5 
GC38-1011-4 

GC30-3022-5 

GC26-3795-3 
GC30-3044-1 

GC30-3046-0 

GC30-2051-2 

GC30-3039-1 
GC30-2052-1 

GC30-3036-1 

GC30-3037-0 

GC30-2049-0 

GC30-3040-1 
SY30-3032-1 
GY30- 1024-0 



Applicable 
TNLs and 
Supplements 



SN27-1389 
SN33-3059 
GN33-3058 

SN33-3060 
GN27-1393 
GN33-3057 
GN33-3053 
SN27-1390 
SN33-3061 
SN24-5563 
SN24-5573 
SN24-5601 
SN24-5643 
SN26-0812 
SN24-5502 
GN35-0060 



SN35-0056 
SN35-0063 
SN35-0061 



Microfiche 
Order No. 



SYB7-7240-0 

SYB7-7241-0 

SYB7-7242-0 
SYB4-5 156-1 



SYB6-3838-0 
SYB4-5 163-0 



SYC5-0016-1 
SYC5-0014-0 

SYC5-0012-2 



GN35-0059 

GN35-0057 
GN35-0068 
SN35-0069 



SN35-0064 
GN35-0067 

SN26-0918 

SN24-5580 

GN24-5582 

GN24-5609 

SN26-0880 

SN26-0916(SU6) 

SN3 1-0590 

GN27-1586 

GN27-1585 



SYC5-0015-1 



SYB6-3839-1 
SYB8-6849-1 



SYB6-3 840-1 



SYCO-3017-1 



GN30-3105 
GN30-3083 



GN30-3090 

GN30-3073 

GN30-3084 

SN30-3085 

GN30-3089 



Chapter 3: Publications 



11 



0S/VS1 Virtual Storage Access Method (VSAM) Logic 



OS/VS Virtual Storage Access Method 

(VSAM) Options for Advanced Applications 

Planning for Enhanced VSAM under OS/VS 

OS/VS Virtual Storage Access Method 
Programmer's Guide 

VTAM Concepts and Planning 



OS/VS 1 VTAM Control Block Overview 
OS/VS 1 VTAM Data Areas 

OS/VS 1 VTAM Debugging Guide 
OS/VS 1 VTAM Execution Sequences 
Introduction to VTAM 
Introduction to VTAM Logic 

OS/VS 1 VTAM Logic 

VTAM Macro Language Guide 



VTAM Macro Language Reference 

OS/VS VTAM Network Operating Procedures 

OS/VS VTAM Reference Summary 
Supplement to the VTAM Macro Language Guide 

for the Program Operator 
OS/VS 1 VTAM System Programmer's Guide 



OS Data Management Macro Logic for 

IBM 1285/1287/1288 
OS Data Management Services and Macro 

Instructions for IBM 1285/1287/1288 
OS Data Management Services and Macro 

Instructions for IBM 1419/1275 
OS BSAM Logic for IBM 1419/1275 
OS/VS Graphic Programming Services 

(GPS) for IBM 2250 Display Unit 

OS/VS Graphic Programming Services (GPS) for 
IBM 2260 Display Station (Local Attachment) 
Introduction to Programming the IBM 3270 
OS Programming Support for the IBM 3505 and 3525 
OS/VS 1 Logic for IBM 3540 Diskette Input/Output Unit 
OS/VS 1 IBM 3540 Programmer's Reference 
IBM 3740 BTAM/TCAM Programmer's Guide 
OS/VS 3886 Optical Character Reader, 

Model 1 Reference 
IBM 3895 VS1 SCP Specifications 
Device Support Facilities 
Device Support Facilities Logic 
Device Support Facilities SCP Specifications 

31 Support Programs 

OS/VS Linkage Editor and Loader 

OS/VS Linkage Editor Logic 



OS/VS Loader Logic 



OS/VS Message Library: Linkage Editor and 
Loader Messages 





Applicable 




Base 


TNLs and 


Microfiche 


Order No. 


Supplements 


Order No. 


SY26-3841-1 


SN26-0818 
SN26-0883 
SN26-0911 
SN26-0919 


SYB6-3841-1 


GC26-3819-4 


GN26-0924 




GC26-3842-2 


GN26-0894 




GC26-3838-3 






GC27-6998-3 


GN27-1545 
GN3 1-0606 
GN3 1-0890 




GX27-0030-1 






SY27-7266-1 


SN27-1541 
SN3 1-0830 


SYB7-7266-1 


GC27-0022-1 


GN27-1569 




SY27-7271-0 




SYB7-7271-0 


GC27-6987-6 


GN3 1-0889 




SY27-7256-3 


SN27-1552 
SN3 1-0829 


SYB7-7256-1 


SY27-7257-1 


SN27-1550 
SN27-1551 


SYB7-7257-1 


GC27-6994-2 


GN27-1574 
GN27-1582 
GN31-0658 




GC27-6995-5 






GC27-0027-1 


GN3 1-0660 
GN3 1-0753 




GX27-0034-1 






GC27-0036-1 


GN27-1546 




GC27-6996-1 


GN27-1548 
GN27-1519 
GN3 1-0706 




GY2 1-00 13-2 




GYB1-0013-0 


GC2 1-5004-3 






GC2 1-5006-4 






GY2 1-00 12-2 




GYB 1-00 12-0 


GC27-6971-0 


GN27-1391 
GN27-1437 
GN33-3055 




GC27-6972-0 


GN27-1392 
GN33-3056 




GC27-6999-2 


GN3 1-0755 




GC2 1-5097-1 


GN28-2591 




SY24-5 166-1 


SN24-5534 


SYB4-5 166-1 


GC24-5 110-0 






GC2 1-507 1-3 






GC24-5 101-0 






GC24-5 158-0 






GC35-0033-0 






SY35-0030-0 






GC35-0042-1 






GC26-3813-5 






SY26-3815-0 


SN26-0770 
SN26-0822 
SN26-8020 
SN26-8033 
SN26-0905 


SYB6-3815-1 


SY26-3814-0 


SN26-0771 
SN26-8022 
SN26-8032 


SYB6-3814-0 


GC38-1007-5 







1 2 OS/VS 1 Release 7 Guide 



32 Utilities 

OS/VS Analysis Program- 1 (AP-1) Logic 

OS/VS and DOS/VS Analysis Program- 1 

(AP-1) User's Guide 
OS/VS 1 Utilities 
OS/VS Utilities Logic 



OS/VS Message Library: VS1 Utilities Messages 

34 System Planning, Generation, Installation, 
SMF; Storage or Performance Estimates; 
Release Guides 

DOS and DOS/VS to OS/MFT, OS/MVT, OS/VS 1 

Management Planning Guide 
DOS and DOS/VS to OS/VS 1 Implementation Guide 
OS/VS 1 Planning and Use Guide 
OS/VS 1 Release 7 Guide 
OS/VS 1 Release 7 SCP Specifications 
OS/VS 1 Subsystem Attachment Support 

Selectable Unit System Information (SU 6) 
VS1 Subsystem Attachment Support SU 

SCP Specifications (SU 6) 
OS/VS 1 3031, 3032, 3033 Processor Support 

Selectable Unit System Information (SU 20) 
VS1 3031, 3032, 3033 Selectable Unit SCP 

Specifications (SU 20) 
OS/VS 1 Storage Estimates 
OS/VS 1 System Management Facilities (SMF) 
OS/VS 1 System Generation Reference 
OS/VS Display Exception Monitoring Facility 

(DEMF) System Information Manual 
OS/VS Display Exception Monitoring Facility 

(DEMF) SCP Specifications 

36 Control Program 

OS/VS 1 Checkpoint/Restart 

OS/VS 1 Checkpoint/Restart Logic 
OS/VS 1 System Data Areas 

OS/VS 1 IPL and NIP Logic 



OS/VS 1 JCL Reference 

OS/VS 1JCL Services 

OS/VS 1 Job Management Logic, Volume 1 

OS/VS 1 Job Management Logic, Volume 2 

OS/VS 1 Programmer's Reference Digest 



OS/VS 1 Supervisor Logic 

OS/VS 1 Supervisor Services and Macro Instructions 



37 RAS (Reliability, Availability, Serviceability): 
Testing, Service Aids, Problem Determination 

OS/VS 1 Debugging Guide 



OS/VS 1 OLTEP 

OS/VS lOLTEP Logic 

OS/VS 1 Recovery Management Support Logic 

OS/VS 1 Service Aids 

OS/VS 1 Service Aids Logic 





Applicable 




Base 


TNLs and 


Microfiche 


Order No. 


Supplements 


Order No. 


SY26-3851-0 


SN26-0889 


SYB6-3851-1 


GC26-3855-2 






GC26-3901-0 


GN26-0920 




SY35-0005-5 


SN26-0873 
SN26-0859 
SN26-0882 
SN26-0877 
SN26-0910 


SYC5-0005-1 


GC26-3919-0 


GN26-0927 





GC24-5082-2 

GC24-5095-3 
GC24-5090-7 
GC24-5201-0 
GC24-5202-0 
GC24-5 127-0 

GC24-5 155-0 

GC24-5 171-0 

GC24-5 172-0 

GC24-5094-7 
GC24-5 115-2 
GC26-3791-9 
GC34-2002-0 

GC34-2001-0 



GC26-3876-0 

SY24-5 159-3 
SY28-0605-6 

SY24-5 160-4 



GC24-5099-4 
GC24-5 100-4 
SY24-5 168-1 
SY24-5 169-1 
GC24-5091-5 



SY24-5 155-6 
GC24-5 103-2 



GC24-5093-4 



GC28-0666-2 

SY28-0662-2 
SY24-5 170-1 
GC28-0665-2 
SY28-0635-3 



GN24-5652 
GN24-5644 



GC26-3886-l(SU6) 
GN26-0922 

SN24-5653 

SN24-5633 

SN24-5555 

SD25-0006-0 (SU 20) 

SN24-5602 

SN24-5646 

GN24-5628 



SYB4-5 159-0 
SYB8-0605-1 

SYB4-5 160-1 



SN24-5647 

SN24-5648 

GN24-5525 

GC24-5148-0(SU4) 

GC24-5128-0(SU6) 

GN24-5598 

GN24-5642 

SN24-5693 

GN24-5599 

GN24-5640 



SYB4-5 168-1 
SYB4-5 169-1 



SYB4-5 155-1 



GN24-5522 

GC24-5152-0(SU4) 

GN24-5603 

GN24-5638 

GN25-0305 

GN25-0332 

SN25-0330 

SN24-5645 



SYB8-0662-1 
SYB4-5 170-0 

SYB8-0635-1 



Chapter 3: Publications 



13 



0S/VS1 Service Aids Reference Summary 
OS/VS System Modification Program (SMP) 

System Programmer's Guide 
OS/VS System Modification Program (SMP) Logic 
OS/VS 1 SYS1.LOGREC Error Recording 



OS/VS 1 SYS1.LOGREC Error Recording Logic 



OS/VS, DOS/VSE, VM/370 Environmental Recording 

Editing and Printing (EREP) Program 
OS/VS, DOS/VSE, VM/370 Environmental Recording 

Editing and Printing (EREP) Program Logic (SU 1) 
OS/VS (VS1 and MVS) EREP Product Support 

Selectable Unit SCP Specifications 
OS/VS Independent Component: Environmental 

Recording Editing and Printing (EREP) 
Program System Information (SU 1) 
OS/VS Message Library: EREP Messages 
OS/VS Display Exception Monitoring Facility 

User's Guide 
DOS/VS and OS/VS TOLTEP for VTAM 
DOS/VS and OS/VS TOLTEP Logic 

38 Remote Job Entry (RJE, CRJE, RES, etc.) 
OS/MFT, OS/MVT, and OS/VS 1 CRJE 

Concepts and Facilities 
OS/MFT, OS/MVT, and OS/VS 1 CRJE Logic 



Operator's Library: OS/VS 1 CRJE 

OS/MFT, OS/MVT, and OS/VS 1 CRJE System 

Programmer's Guide 
OS/MFT, OS/MVT, and OS/VS 1 CRJE Terminal 

User's Guide 
OS/VS 1 RES Account Facility Logic 
OS/VS 1 RES System Programmer's Guide 
OS/VS 1 RES Workstation User's Guide 

40 System Operation (messages, codes) 
OS/VS Message Library: VS1 Routing 

and Descriptor Codes 
OS/VS Message Library: VS1 System Codes 
OS/VS Message Library: VS1 System Messages 

(integrates VS1 Service Aids and OLTEP 

Messages, GC23-0O05) 
System/370 Operator's Reference Guide 
Operator's Library: OS/VS 1 Display Consoles 
Operator's Library: OS/VS 1 Reference 

85 Data Processing - Introductory Manuals 

IBM Data Processing Glossary 
IBM Marketing Publications KWIC Index 
Introduction to Virtual Storage in System/370 
An Introduction to IBM Data Processing Systems 



Base 

Order No. 
GX23-0001-1 
GC28-0673-5 

SY28-0685-5 
GC28-0668-3 



SY28-0669-3 

GC28-0772-2 
SY28-0773-2 
GC28-1001-0 
GC28-0870-0 

GC38-1045-1 
GC34-2003-0 

GC28-0663-2 
SY28-0664-2 

GC30-2012-2 
GY30-2011-1 



GC38-0335-0 
GC30-2016-2 

GC30-2014-2 

SY28-0660-0 
GC28-6878-4 
GC28-6879-3 



GC38-1 101-3 

GC38- 1003-9 
GC38-1001-9 



SR20-4460-2 
GC38-0255-4 
GC38-0110-8 



GC20- 1699-5 
G320- 162 1-36 
GR20-4260-1 
GC20- 1684-4 



Applicable 
TNLs and 
Supplements 



Microfiche 
Order No. 



SYB 8-0685-1 
GN25-0333 
GD25-0607-0 (SU 24) 
GD25-0603-0 (SU 20) 

SYB 8-0669-1 
SD25-0606-0 (SU 24) 
SD25-0602-0 (SU 20) 
GN25-0338 

SN25-0340 



GN25-0343 
GN28-4562 

GN3 1-0683 



GN28-0599 
GN28-0614 
GN28-0617 



SYB 8-0664-0 



GYCO-201 1-0 



SYB 8-0660-0 



GN24-5583 
GN24-5562 
GN24-5581 



GN24-5637 
GN24-5641 



The easiest way to order the latest editions of books is by subscribing 
to SLSS (System Library Subscription Service) through your branch 
office. If you order books by the order numbers listed in this Release 
Guide, you will receive the latest editions of those books. If a later 



release of OS/VS 1 is available when you order books for this release, 
you should consult the latest IBM System/ 370 Bibliography, 
GC20-0001, which lists "temporary order numbers" that apply to 
books for back-level releases. 



14 OS/VS 1 Release 7 Guide 



OS/VS1 Library Charts 



OS/VS1 Library Charts (Part 1 of 8) 



This chart addresses VS1 as a member of the OS family. 
Subsequent charts indicate prerequisite relationships for 
specific VS1 topics. Arrows suggest a reading sequence or 
information path. Lines without arrowheads indicate 
material that does not discuss the concepts of the system 
but contains valuable reference material. 

Books belonging to the Operator's Library and the 
Message Library are placed according to subject. They 
are shaded for easy identification. Numbers in 
parentheses are subject codes. 



C 



Start 



IBM System/370 
Bibliography 



GC20-0001 (00) 



New Users 



J 



Data Processing 
Glossary 



GC20-1699 (85) 



IBM Marketing 
Publications 
KWIC Index 



G320-1621 (85) 



Others 



An Introduction 
to IBM Data 
Processing Systems 



GC20-1684 (85) 



IBM System/370 
System Summary: 
Processors 



GA22-7001 (00) 



OS/VS1 Master 
Index 



GC24-5104 (20) 
GCB4-5104 (20) 



OS/VS1 Master 
Index of Logic 



GY24-5164 (20) 
GYB4-5164 (20) 



Introduction to 
Virtual Storage 
in System/370 



GR20-4260 (85) 



V 






OS/VS1 Features 
Supplement 



GC20-1752 (20) 



System Planning 

Generation 

Installation 

SMF 

System Operation 

Printers, Control Units 



Control Program 
Assembler 
Utilities 

Linkage Editor- 
Loader 



Access Methods 
Data Management 
I/O Control 



RAS 
Remote Entry 



0S/VS1 Library Charts (Part 2 of 8) 




System Planning, 
Generation, 
Installation, 
SMF 



OS/VS1 Planning 
and Use Guide 



GC24-5090 (34) 



DOSandDOS/VSto 
OS/MFT, OS/MVT, 
OS/VS1 Management 
Planning Guide 

GC24-5082 (34) 



DOS and DOS/VS to 
OS/VS1 Implement- 
ation Guide 



GC24-5095 (34) 



S/370 Operator's 
Reference Guide 



SR20-4460 (40) 



VS1 Release 7 
Guide 



GC24-5201 (34) 



VS1 Release 7 
SCP Specifications 



GC24-5202 (34) 



OS/VS1 3031,3032, 
3033 Processor 
Support Selectable 
Unit System 
Information 
GC24-5171 (34) 



OS/VS1 Subsystem 
Attachment Support 
Selectable Unit 
System Information 

GC24-5127 (34) 



OS/VS Display 
Exception Monitor- 
ing Facility (DEMF) 
System Information 
Manual 
GC34-2002 (34) 



OS/VS1 System 

Generation 

Reference 



GC26-3791 (34) 



OS/VS1 Storage 
Estimates 



GC24-5094 (34) 



OS/VS1 System 
Management 
Facilities (SMF) 



GC24-5115 (34) 



VS1 3031,3032, 
3033 Selectable 
Unit SCP 
Specifications 

GC24-5172 (34) 



VS1 Subsystem 
Attachment Support 
SUSCP 
Specifications 

GC24-5155 (34) 



OS/VS Display 
Exception Monitor- 
ing Facility (DEMF) 
SCP Specifications 

GC34-2001 (34) 



Printers, 
Control 
Units 



V 



System 
Operation 




Introducing the IBM 
3800 Printing 
Subsystem and Its 
Programming 

GC26-3829 (03) 



Operator's Library: 
OS/VS1 Reference 



GC38-0110 (40) 



OS/VS Message 
Library: VS1 
System Messages 



GC38-1001 (40) 



OS/VS Message 
Library: VS1 
System Codes 



GC38-1003 (40) 



OS/VS Message 
Library: VS1 
Routing and 
Descriptor Codes 

GC38-1101 (40) 



IBM 3800 Printing 
Subsystem 
Programmer's Guide 



GC26-3846 (30) 



0S/VS1 Library Charts (Part 3 of 8) 



Control 
Program | 3 




Assembler 



OS/VS1 
Programmer's 
Reference Digest 



GC24-5091 (36) 



OS/VS1 
JCL Services 



GC24-5100 (36) 



OS/VS1 

JCL Reference 



GC24-5099 (36) 



OS/VS1 

Job Management 

Logic, Volume 1 



SY24-5168 (36) 



OS/VS1 

Job Management 

Logic, Volume 2 



SY24-5169 (36) 



OS/VS1 

System Data Areas 



SY28-0605 (36) 



OS/VS1 

Supervisor Services 
and Macro 
Instructions 

GC24-5103 (36) 



OS/VS1 
Supervisor Logic 



SY24-5155 (36) 



OS/VS and DOS/VS 
Analysis Program-1 
(AP-1) User's Guide 



GC26-3855 (32) 



OS/VS 

Analysis Program-1 

(AP-1) Logic 



SY26-3851 (32) 



OS/VS1 
Checkpoint/Restart 



GC26-3876 (36) 



OS/VS1 

IPLand NIP Logic 



SY24-5160 (36) 



OS/VS1 

Checkpoint/Restart 

Logic 



SY24-5159 (36) 



Utilities 






OS/VS1 
Utilities 

GC26-3901 (32) 










OS/VS Message 
Library: VS1 
Utilities Messages 

GC26-3919 (32) 














1 


r 




OS/VS 
Utilities Logic 

SY35-0005 (32) 



Linkage 
Editor- 1 3 
Loader 




OS/VS 

Linkage Editor and 

Loader 



GC26-3813 (31) 



OS/VS Message 
Library: 

Linkage Editor and 
Loader Messages 

GC38-1007 (31) 



OS/VS 

Linkage Editor Logic 



SY26-3815 (31) 



OS/VS 
Loader Logic 



SY26-3814 (31) 




OS/VS, DOS/VS 
and VM/370 
Assembler Language 



GC33-4010 (21) 



OS/VS and VM/370 
Assembler 
Programmer's Guide 



GC33-4021 (21) 



OS/VS and VM/370 
Assembler Logic 



SY33-8041 (21) 



0S/VS1 Library Charts (Part 4 of 8) 



Access Methods, 
Data Management, 
I/O Control Program 




0S/VS1 Data 
Management 
Services Guide 



GC26-3874 (30) 



OS/VS1 Data 
Management for 
System Programmers 



GC26-3837 (30) 



OS/VS 
Tape Labels 



GC26-3795 (30) 



OS/VS1 

Data Management 

Macro Instructions 



GC26-3872 (30) 



OS/VS1 

I/O Supervisor Logic 



SY24-5156 (30) 



k) k) k? 



OCR/MICR 



Graphics Teleprocessing 



OS/VS1 
IBM 3540 
Programmer's 
Reference 

GC24-5110 (30) 



OS/VS1 

Logic for IBM 3540 
Diskette Input/ 
Output Unit 

SY24-5166 (30) 



OS/VS1 
DADSM Logic 



SY26-3837 (30) 



OS/VS1 

Catalog Management 

Logic 



SY35-0003 (30) 



OS/VS1 
BDAM Logic 



SY26-3836 (30) 



Planning for 
Enhanced VSAM 
under OS/VS 



GC26-3842 (30) 



OS/VS1 
ISAM Logic 



SY26-3838 (30) 



OS/VS1 

Open/Close/EOV 

Logic 



SY26-3839 (30) 



OS/VS1 
SAM Logic 



SY26-3840 (30) 



Device Support 
Facilites 



GC35-0033 (30) 



OS/VS1 
Access Method 
Services 



GC26-3840 (30) 



Device Support 
Facilities Logic 



SY35-0030 (30) 



OS/VS1 
Access Method 
Services Logic 



SY35-0008 (30) 



OS/VS Virtual 
Storage Access 
Method (VSAM) 
Programmer's Guide 

GC26-3838 (30) 



Device Support 
Facilities SCP 
Specifications 



GC35-0042 (30) 



OS/VS Virtual 
Storage Access 
Method (VSAM) 
Options for Advanced 
Applications 
GC26-3819 (30) 



OS/VS Virtual 
Storage Access 
Method (VSAM) 
Logic 

SY26-3841 (30) 




Mass 

Storage 

System 



0S/VS1 Library Charts (Part 5 of 8) 



OCR/MICR I 5A 




IBM 3890 Document 
Processor Machine 
and Programming 
Description 

GA24-3612 (04) 



OS/VS 3886 Optical 
Character Reader, 
Model 1 Reference 



GC24-5101 (30) 



OS Data Management 
Services and Macro 
Instructions for IBM 
1285/1287/1288 

GC21-5004 (30) 



OS/VS Logic for IBM 

3890<Document 

Processor 



SY24-5163 (30) 



OS/VS 3886 Optical 
Character Reader, 
Model 1 Logic 

SY24-5162 (30) 



OS Data Management 
Macro Logic for IBM 
1285/1287/1288 



GY21-0013 (30) 



OS Data Management 
Services and Macro 
Instructions for IBM 
1419/1275 

GC21-5006 (30) 



OS Programming 
Support for the 
IBM 3505 and 3525 



GC21-5097 (30) 



IBM 3895 VS1 SCP 
Specifications 



GC24-5158 (30) 



OS BSAM Logic for 
IBM 1419/1275 



GY21-0012 (30) 



Graphics 




Operator's Library: 
OS/VS1 Display 
Consoles 



GC38-0255 (40) 



OS/VS Graphic 
Programming Services 
(GPS) for IBM 2250 
Display Unit 

GC27-6971 (30) 



OS/VS Graphic Pro- 
gramming Services 
(GPS) for IBM 2260 
Display Station 
(Local Attachment) 
GC27-6972 (30) 



OS/VS Problem 
Determination Aids 
and Messages and 
Codes for GPS and 
GSP 
GC27-6974 (30) 



OS/VS Graphic Sub- 
routine Package (GSP) 
for FORTRAN IV, 
COBOL, and PL/I 

GC27-6973 (30) 



OS/VS Graphics 
Access Method 
Logic 



SY27-7240 (30) 



OS/VS Graphics 
Problem-Oriented 
Routines Logic 



SY27-7241 (30) 



Introduction to 
Programming the 
IBM 3270 



GC27-6999 (30) 



OS/VS Graphic Sub- 
routine Package (GSP) 
for FORTRAN IV, 
COBOL, and PL/I 
Logic 
SY27-7242 (30) 



0S/VS1 Library Charts (Part 6 of 8) 



OS/VS BTAM 



GC27-6980 (30) 



OS/VS BTAM Logic 



SY27-7246 (30) 



T 



OS/VS VTAM 
Network Operating 
Procedures 



GC27-0027 (30) 



_c 



OS/VS VTAM 

Reference 

Summary 

GX27-0034 (30) 



OS/VS1 VTAM 
Control Block 
Overview 



GX27-0030 (30) 



Teleprocessing 



Introduction to 
VTAM 



GC27-6987 (30) 



VTAM Concepts 
and Planning 



GC27-6998 (30) 



VTAM Macro 
Language Reference 



GC27-6995 (30) 

I 



OS/VS 1 VTAM 
System Programmer's 
Guide 



GC27-6996 (30) 



Introduction to 
VTAM Logic 



SY27-7256 (30) 



OS/VS1 VTAM 
Logic 



SY27-7 257 (30 ) 

IT 



OS/VS1 VTAM 
Data Areas 



SY27-7266 (30) 



IBM 3740 
BTAM/TCAM 
Programmer's Guide 



GC21-5071 (30) 



VTAM Macro 
Language Guide 



GC27-6994 (30) 



Supplement to the 
VTAM Macro 
Language Guide for 
the Program Operator 

GC27-0036 (30) 



I 






OS/VS1 VTAM 
Debugging Guide 

GC27-0022 (30) 




OS/VS1 VTAM 
Execution Sequences 

SY27-7271 (30) 






OS/VS TCAM 
Level 10 Concepts 
and Applications 



GC30-2049 (30) 



OS/VS TCAM 
Level 10 Installation 
and Migration Guide 

GC30-3039 (30) 



OS/VS1 TCAM 
Level 1 Selectable 
Unit System 
Information 

GC30-3046 (30) 



OS/VS TCAM 
Level 10 Application 
Programmer's Guide 

GC30-3036 (30) 



OS/VS TCAM 
Level 10 System 
Programmer's Guide 

GC30-2051 (30) 



OS/VS TCAM 
Level 10 
Debugging Guide 

GC30-3040 (30) 



OS/VS TCAM 
Level 10 Program 
Logic Manual 



SY30-3032 (30) 



OS/VS TCAM 
Level 10 Operator's 
Library 

GC30-3037 (30) 



OS/VS TCAM 
Level 10 Macro 
Reference Guide 



GC30-2052 (30) 



1 



OS/VS Message 

Library: 

VS1 TCAM Level 10 

Messages 

GC30-3044 (30) 



OS/VS TCAM 
Program Reference 
Summary 



GY30-1024 (30) 



IBM System/370 
Subsystem Support 
Services User's Guide 



GC30-3022 (30) 



IBM System/370 
Subsystem Support 
Services Logic 

SY30-3017 (30) 



Systems Network 
Architecture General 
Information 



GA27-3102 (09) 



1 



OS/VS Message 
Library: 

Subsystem Support 
Services Messages 

GC38-1011 (40) 



0S/VS1 Library Charts (Part 7 of 8) 



RAS 



OS/VS1 

SYS1.LOGREC 
Error Recording 

GC28-0668 (37) 



OS/VS1 

SYS1.LOGREC 
Error Recording 
Logic 

SY28-0669 (37) 



OS/VS, DOS/VSE, 
VM/370 EREP 
Program 



GC28-0772 (37) 



OS/VS, DOS/VSE, 
VM/370 EREP 
Program Logic 



SY28-0773 (37) 



^ 



OS/VS 

EREP System 
Information 



GC28-0870 (37) 



OS/VS (VS1 and MVS) 
EREP Product 
Support Selectable 
Unit SCP 
Specifications 
GC28-1001 (37) 



OS/VS Message 
Library: 
EREP Messages 



GC38-1045 (37) 



OS/VS1 Service Aids 
Reference Summary 



GX23-0001 (37) 



OS/ VS1 Service Aids OS/VS1 OLTEP 



GC28-0665 (37) 



OS/VS1 Service Aids 
Logic 



SY28-0635 (37) 



GC28-0666 (37) 



OS/VS1 OLTEP 
Logic 



SY28-0662 (37) 



OS/VS System 
Modification Program 
(SMP) System 
Programmer's Guide 

GC28-0673 (37) 



OS/VS System 
Modification Program 
(SMP) Logic 



SY28-0685 (37) 



OS/VS1 
Debugging Guide 



GC24-5093 (37) 



DOS/VS and OS/VS 
TOLTEPfor VTAM 



GC28-0663 (37) 



OS/VS1 Recovery 
Management 
Support Logic 



SY24-5170 (37) 



DOS/VS and OS/VS 
TOLTEP Logic 



SY28-0664 (37) 



Remote 
Entry 



^ 



CRJE 



RES 



OS/VS1 RES 
Workstation 
User's Guide 



GC28-6879 (38) 



Operator's Library: 
OS/VS1 CRJE 



GC38-0335 (38) 



OS/VS1 RES 
System 
Programmer's 
Guide 

GC28-6878 (38) 



OS/VS Message 

Library: 

VS1 RESRTAMand 

Account Messages 

GC38-1010 (30) 



OS/VS1 RES 
Account Facility 
Logic 



SY28-0660 (38) 



OS/VS1 RES 
RTAM and 
Workstation 
Support Logic 

SY28-6849 (30) 



OS/VS Display 
Exception Monitor- 
ing Facility (DEMF) 
User's Guide 

GC34-2003 (37) 



OS/MFT, OS/MVT, 
andOS/VS1: 
CRJE Concepts 
and Facilities 

GC30-2012 (38) 



OS/MFT, OS/MVT, 
andOS/VS1: 
CRJE Terminal 
User's Guide 

GC30-2014 (38) 



OS/MFT, OS/MVT, 
andOS/VS1: 
CRJE System 
Programmer's Guide 

GC30-2016 (38) 



OS/MFT, OS/MVT, 
and OS/VS1 : 
CRJE Logic 



GY30-2011 (38) 



0S/VS1 Library Charts (Part 8 of 8) 



O 




IBM 3850 
Introduction and 
Preinstallation 
Planning 

GA32-0038 (30) 



Operator's Library: 
IBM 3850 Mass 
Storage System (MSS) 
under OS/VS 

GC35-0014 (30) 



OS/VS Mass Storage 
System (MSS) 
Services General 
Information 

GC35-0016 (30) 



OS/VS Message 

Library: 

Mass Storage System 

(MSS) Messages 

GC38-1000 (30) 



OS/VS Mass Storage 
System (MSS) 
Installation Planning 
and Table Create 

GC35-0028 (30) 



OS/VS1 Mass Storage 
System 

Communicator 
(MSSC) Logic 

SY35-0012 (30) 



OS/VS MSS System 
Data Analyzer 



GC35-0027 (30) 



OS/VS Mass Storage 
System (MSS) 
Services Reference 
Information 

GC35-0017 (30) 



OS/VS Mass Storage 
Control Table Create 
Logic 

SY35-0016 (30) 



OS/VS MSS System 
Data Analyzer Logic 



SY35-0029 (30) 



OS/VS Mass Storage 
System (MSS) 
Services Logic 



SY35-0015 (30) 



OS/VS Mass Storage 
Control (MSC) Trace 
Reports Logic 



SY35-0014 (30) 



OS/VS MSS 
Enhancements 
Selectable Unit 
System Information 

GC35-0018 (30) 



Chapter 4: Ordering and Distribution 



Ordering Procedures 

To order this release of vsi, contact your IBM represen- 
tative or your IBM branch office. It is no longer neces- 
sary to fill out a Program Order Form; your IBM repre- 
sentative will place the order for you. 

You can't perform the initial system generation of 
vsi without the starter system or the distribution librar- 
ies (DLIBs). 

The basic program material comprises base system- 
control-program (SCP) subsets and optional SCP subsets. 

When ordering the base SCP distribution libraries 
specify one of these numbers: 



Feature 
Number 

9029 
9031 



Tape 

9-track, 1600 bpi 
9-track, 6250 bpi 



If you want to order the optional SCP subsets, use the 
following feature numbers: 



System 
Subset Name 
ACF/VTAM 
SSS 
VPSS 



1600 bpi 
Tape 

5301 
5303 
5305 



6250 bpi 
Tape 

5302 
5304 
5306 



See "Basic Program Material List" in this chapter 
for information about the components included in the 
basic program material. 

When ordering the optional program material for 
1600 or 6250 bpi, use these feature numbers: 



Feature 




Number 


Group 


1600 bpi: 




7850 


VPSS 


7851 


MSS 


7852 


Data Management 


7853 


SMP, Assembler, Utilities 


7854 


Telecommunications, Graphics 


7855 


VTAM 


7856 


Base Control Program 


7857 


Service Aids, EREP 


7858 


Support Programs 


7859 


ACF/VTAM 


7860 


SSS 


6250 bpi: 




7870 


Base Control Program, Service Aids, EREP 


7871 


Support Programs, Utilities 


7872 


MSS 


7873 


Data and Program Management 


7874 


VTAM 


7875 


ACF/VTAM 


7876 


TCAM, SSS 



See "Optional Program Material List" in this chap- 
ter for information about the subsets and components 
included in the optional program material. 

Distribution on 800 bpi density tapes has been dis- 
continued. 



os/vsi Releases 1, 2, 2.6, 3, 3.1, 4, and 5 are no long- 
er current. An OS/VSI Release 6 or 6.7 system, or an 
os/vsi starter system is recommended for system gen- 
eration. The starter system is updated for Release 7. 

The starter system provided for the initial system 
generation consists of: 

• A control program that supports the CPU and I/O 
devices needed to perform the system generation 

• An assembler and a linkage editor 

• The utilities used for data set and volume initial- 
ization and for Stage II processing. 

Order the starter system by feature number as indi- 
cated: 

For a 2314/2319 Starter System, order: 



Feature 
Number 

6001 
6002 



Tape 

9-track, 1600 bpi 
9-track, 6250 bpi 



For a 3330 Series Starter System, order: 



Feature 
Number 

6003 
6004 



Tape 

9-track, 1600 bpi 
9-track, 6250 bpi 



For a 3340 Series Starter System, order: 



Feature 
Number 

6005 
6006 



Tape 

9-track, 1600 bpi 
9-track, 6250 bpi 



For a 3350 Series Starter System, order: 



Feature 
Number 

6007 
6008 



Tape 

9-track, 1600 bpi 
9-track, 6250 bpi 



You must use feature number 6999 when you order 
no starter system. 

Two features are available in card decks. They are 
the IBM 1130 and the IBM System/3 workstation pro- 
grams. If you have a prior release of these features, it is 
not necessary to reorder them for Release 7. Otherwise, 
use these feature numbers: 



Feature 
Number 

6015 



6016 



Deck Description 

1 130 System Workstation Bootstrap 
Deck (8 - 80 column cards) 

System/3 Workstation Starter 
Deck (137 - 96 column cards) 



System/360 and System/370 workstation support is 
part of the release. (The 2770 and the 2780 are not 
programmable terminals.) 



Chapter 4: Ordering and Distribution 



23 



If you want additional features, such as the starter 
system, after your order has been received, you may 
order them through your IBM representative or the 
local IBM branch office. 

System Control Programs (scps) that are not ship- 
ped in the distribution libraries are available to vsi 
users at no additional cost. You order them separately. 
These include emulator programs, Form Description 
macros, utility support for the 3735 Programmable 
Buffered Terminal, and the Distributed Intelligence 
System. To order these or for additional information, 
contact your IBM representative or the local IBM branch 
office. 



Distribution Procedures 

Distribution libraries for this release of VSl are distrib- 
uted in SMP Release 4 format on magnetic tape only. 
You can load the distribution libraries onto two 
23 14/23 19s; two 3340s (35 meg); or one 3330, 3340 (70 



meg), or 3350 direct access device using SMP Release 4. 

IBM ships SMP Release 4, a dlibload procedure, 
and an SMP Release 4 procedure on a separate magnet- 
ic tape. This magnetic tape is necessary to build the 
distribution libraries. 

You should load the DLIBLOAD procedure regardless of 
what release of VSl you are currently using. You must 
add SMP Release 4 and associated procedures to your 
system prior to processing the distribution libraries if: 

• You use an existing VSl Release 6 or older operat- 
ing system as the generating system 

• You use a Release 6.7 or older starter system as 
the generating system. 

The vsi starter system is distributed in the 
dump /restore format, and is at the Release 7 level. 

For additional information about installation proce- 
dures, see OS /VSl System Generation Reference, 
GC26-3791. 



24 OS/VS 1 Release 7 Guide 



Basic Program Material List 

The OS/VSl system subsets with their identifications 
(IDs) are listed below. This list also includes the com- 
ponents of vsi and their component ids. These com- 
ponents are grouped within their associated system 
subsets. 

The system subsets are grouped as base system- 
control-program subsets or as optional system-control- 
program subsets. Although logic manuals are optional, 
their order numbers are listed here for your conven- 
ience. 

Base System Control Program Subsets 



System System 

Subset ID Subset Name 

E AS 1 20 1 System Assembler 

EB A 1 20 1 Base Control Program 



EBT1201 


BTAM 


EDE1201 


DEMF 


EDM1201 


Data Management 



Component 


Component 


Logic 


ID 


Name 


Manual 


5741-SC103 


Assembler XF 


SY33-8041 


5741-SC1BB 


RES 


SY28-6849 


5741-SC1BD 


Restart RDR/DSR 
Processing 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1BE 


System Log 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1BF 


WTP 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1BG 


MSI 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1BJ 


Job List Mgr 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1BK 


ISSP 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1BL 


SSI 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1B0 


JECS 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1B1 


Input Stream 
Control 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1B2 


Output Stream 
Control 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1B3 


System Restart 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1B4 


I/O Device 
Allocation 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1B5 


SWADS Manager 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1B6 


Initiator 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1B7 


Termination 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1B8 


Commands 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1B9 


Interpreter 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1CE 


RMS 


SY24-5170 


5741-SC1CN 


Common Supvsr 
Macros 


None 


5741-SC1CP 


Extended Precision 
Floating Point 
Simulator 


SY24-5155 


5741-SC1C1 


IPL 


SY24-5160 


5741-SC1C3 


IOS 


SY24-5156 


5741-SC1C4 


DIDOCS 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1C5 


Supervisor 


SY24-5155& 
SY24-5168 


5741-SC1C8 


NIP 


SY24-5160 


5741-SC1S1 


SYSGEN 


None 


5741-SC1S4 


Supervisor SYSGEN 


None 


5741-SC1S5 


Scheduler SYSGEN 


None 


5741-SC1S7 


IOS Common Macros 


None 


5741-SC100 


Scheduler SMF 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC102 


SMF 


SY24-5168& 
SY24-5155 
SY26-3837 
SY26-3839 


5741-SC108 


IVP 


None 


5741-SC117 


IMCJOBQD 


SY28-0635 


5741-SC119 


IMCOSJQD 


SY28-0635 


5741-SC120 


BTAM 


SY27-7246 


5741-CM100 


DEMF 


SY28-0669 


5741-SC1CS 


Condition 
Assemblies 


None 



Chapter 4: Ordering and Distribution 25 



System 
Subset ID 



System 
Subset Name 



EDS 1201 



Data Management 
Support 



EER1200 


EREP 


EGA1201 


GAM/GPS 


EGS1201 


GSP 


EMO1201 


MICR/OCR 



EMS 1201 



Mass Storage 
Subsystem 



EPM1201 



ERJ1201 
ESA1201 



Program Management 



CRJE 

Service Aids 



EST1201 


System Support 


ESU1201 


SU Bit String 
Support 


ESX1201 


VS1 Support 



Component 


Component 


Logic 


ID 


Name 


Manual 


5741-SC1DB 


JES Compatibility 
Interface 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC1DC 


Password Protect 


SY26-3837 


5741-SC1DE 


VSAM 


SY26-3841 


5741-SC1DK 


Access Method 
Services 


SY35-0O08 


5741-SC1D0 


SAM 


SY26-3840 


5741-SC1D1 


Open/Close/EOV 


SY26-3839 


5741-SC1D2 


PAM 


SY26-3840 


5741-SC1D3 


OS Catalog 


SY35-0003 


5741-SC1D4 


DADSM 


SY26-3837 


5741-SC1D7 


DAM 


SY26-3836 


5741-SC1D8 


ISAM 


SY26-3838 


5741-SC1D9 


JAM 


SY24-5168 


5741-SC109 


Checkpoint/Restart 


SY24-5159 


5741-SC1CA 


DASDERP 


SY24-5156 


5741-SC1CB 


Unit Record ERP 


SY24-5156 


5741-SC1CC 


TapeERP/VES 


SY24-5156 


5741-SC1IO 


IBCDMPRS 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1I1 


IBCDASDI 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1UN 


Device Support 
Facility 


SY35-0030 


5741-SC1UF 


IEHATLAS 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1U0 


IEHDASDR 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC131 


AP-1 


SY26-3851 


5744-EREP1 


EREP 


SY28-0773 


5741-SC1G0 


GAM 


SY27-7240 


5741-SC107 


GSP 


SY27-7242 


5741-SC1DF 


3890 Document 
Processor 


SY24-5163 


5741-SC1DL 


3886 OCR 


SY24-5162 


5741 -SCI DM 


3895 ERP 


None 


5741-SC1DN 


3540 Diskette 


SY24-5166 


5741-SC1D5 


OCR 


GY21-0013 


5741-SC1UG 


IEBTCRIN 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1BZ 


MSS Recovery 
Management 


SY35-0015 


5741-SC1CI 


MSC ERP 


SY28-0069 & 
SY24-5156 


5741 -SCI DP 


MSSC 


SY35-0012 


5741-SC1DQ 


MSCTC 


SY35-0016 


5741-SC1DR 


MSVC 


SY35-0012 


5741-SC1DS 


MSSDA 


SY28-0669 


5741-SC1DT 


MSC Trace 


SY35-0014 


5741-SC1DU 


MSS Services 


SY35-0015 


5741-SC1C2 


Overlay Supervisor 


SY24-5155 


5741-SC1C7 


FETCH 


SY24-5155 


5741-SC104 


Linkage Editor 


SY26-3815 


5741-SC105 


Loader 


SY26-3814 


5741-SC114 


HMBLIST 


SY28-0635 


5741-SC10A 


CRJE 


GY30-2011 


5741-SCOBR 


OBR Recorder 


SY28-0669 


5741-SC1BC 


RES Account 
Facility 


SY28-0660 


5741-SC1S6 


Service Aids SYSGEN 


None 


5741 -SCI 06 


OLTEP 


SY28-0662 


5741-SC111 


GTF 


SY28-0635 


5741-SC112 


HMASPZAP 


SY28-0635 


5741-SC113 


HMDPRDMP 


SY28-0635 


5741-SC115 


HMDSADMP 


SY28-0635 


5741-SC118 


HMDPRDMP (Edit) 


SY28-0635 


5741-SC1D6 


MICR 


GY21-0012 


5741-SC1SU 


SU Bit String 
Macros 


None 


5741-SC1DD 


3505/3525 


SY26-3840 & 




RDR/PUN 


SY28-0605 



26 



OS/VS1 Release 7 Guide 



System 
Subset ID 


System 
Subset Name 


ESY1100 


SMP Release 4 


ETC0207 


TCAM 10 


EUT1201 


Utilities 



EVT0207 



VTAM 



Optional System Control Program Subsets 



System 
Subset ID 

ESS1201 
EVP1201 
EVT1901 



System 
Subset Name 

SSS 

VPSS 

ACF/VTAM 



Component 


Component 


Logic 


ID 


Name 


Manual 


5741-SC10E 


PWF 


SY28-0687 


5741-SC116 


HMAPTFLE 


SY28-0635 


5744-SC130 


SMP 


SY28-0685 


5741-SC121 


TCAM 


SY30-2069 


5741-SC1I2 


ICAPRTBL 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1UA 


IEBPTPCH 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1UC 


IEHMOVE 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1UD 


IEHINITT 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1UE 


IEHSTATR 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1UH 


IEBISAM 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1UJ 


IEBDG 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1UK 


IEBCOMPR 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1UM 


IEBIMAGE 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1UX 


SGIEH402 


None 


5741-SC1U1 


IEHIOSUP 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1U2 


IEHLIST 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1U3 


IEHPROGM 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1U6 


IEBCOPY 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1U7 


IEBGENER 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1U8 


IEBUPDTE 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC1U9 


IEBEDIT 


SY35-0005 


5741-SC123 


VTAM 


SY27-7257 


5741-SC10C 


TOLTEP 


SY28-0664 


Component 


Component 


Logic 


ID 


Name 


Manual 


5741-SC1SS 


SSS 


SY30-3017 


5741-SC1DV 


VPSS 


SY24-5174 


5741-SC123 


VTAM 


None 



Optional Program Material List 

The optional program material is distributed with a 
condensed symbolic library that contains component 
source code. The optional materials consist of: 

• A nine-track distribution tape (1600 or 6250 bpi). 

• The program logic manuals (manual numbers 
associated with each component are listed earlier 
in this chapter under "Basic Program Material 
List"). 

• Microfiche of the program assembly listings. 

The microfiche for this release are high-density (360 
frames per card) and compacted by system subset (each 
module starts immediately following the last frame of 
the previous module). 



An index is not provided for each component. In- 
stead, a Module Index (SJD2-2195), is available. The 
Module Index is in alphabetical order by module name; 
you will need it to use the microfiche. 

Order the tapes by feature number. Order the other 
items individually by order number through your IBM 
representative. 

The system subsets, their identifications (ID), and 
their microfiche order numbers are listed for each fea- 
ture number by tape density. All macros, including 
private macros, required for your assemblies are in- 
cluded on the individual tapes. Macros that cross sys- 
tem subsets are in SYSl.AMODGEN. The components 
contained within the system subsets are listed earlier in 
this chapter under "Basic Program Material List." 



Chapter 4: Ordering and Distribution 



27 



1600 BPI 






Feature 


System 


System 


Number 


Subset ID 


Subset Name 


7850 


EVP1201 


VPSS 


7851 


EMS1201 


MSS 


7852 


EDM1201 


Data Management 


7853 


ESY1100 


SMP 




EDS1201 


Data Management Support 




EPM1201 


Program Management 




EST1201 


System Support 




EUT1201 


Utilities 




EAS1201 


Assembler 


7854 


ETC0207 


TCAM 




EBT1201 


BTAM 




EGA1201 


GAM/GPS 




EGS1201 


GSP 


7855 


EVT0207 


VTAM 


7856 


EBA1201 


Base Control Program 


7857 


ESA1201 


Service-Aids 




EER1200 


EREP 


7858 


ERJ1201 


CRJE 




EMO1201 


MICR/OCR 




ESX1201 


VS1 Support 




EDE1201 


DEMF 


7859 


EVT1901 


ACF/VTAM 


7860 


ESS1201 


SSS 


6250 BPI 






Feature 


System 


System 


Number 


Subset ID 


Subset Name 


7870 


EBA1201 


Base Control Program 




ESA1201 


Service Aids 




EER1200 


EREP 


7871 


ERJ1201 


CRJE 




EMO1201 


MICR/OCR 




ESX1201 


VS1 Support 




EDE1201 


DEMF 




EVP1201 


VPSS 




ESY1100 


SMP 




EBT1201 


BTAM 




EGA 1201 


GAM/GPS 




EGS1201 


GSP 




EAS1201 


Assembler 




EUT1201 


Utilities 




EST1201 


System Support 


7872 


EMS 1201 


MSS 


7873 


EDM1201 


Data Management 




EDS 1201 


Data Management Support 




EPM1201 


Program Management 


7874 


EVT0207 


VTAM 


7875 


EVT1901 


ACF/VTAM 


7876 


ETC0207 


TCAM 




ESS 1201 


SSS 



Microfiche 
Order Number 

SJD2-2220-00 

SJD2-2208-00 

SJD2-2200-00 

SJD2-22 16-00 
SJD2-2202-00 
SJD2-2210-00 
SJD2-22 14-00 
SJD2-2218-00 
SJD2-2 184-00 

SJD2-22 17-00 
SJD2-2197-00 
SJD2-2205-00 
SJD2-2206-00 

SJD2-2221-00 

SJD2-2 194-00 

SJD2-22 12-00 
SJD2-2204-00 

SJD2-22 11-00 
SJD2-2207-00 
SJD2-22 15-00 
SJD2-2 199-00 

SJD2-2222-00 

SJD2-22 13-00 



Microfiche 
Order Number 

SJD2-2 194-00 
SJD2-22 12-00 
SJD2-2204-00 



SJD2- 
SJD2- 
SJD2- 
SJD2- 
SJD2- 
SJD2- 
SJD2- 
SJD2- 
SJD2- 
SJD2- 
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2207-00 
2215-00 
2199-00 
2220-00 
2216-00 
2197-00 
2205-00 
2206-00 
2184-00 
2218-00 
2214-00 



SJD2-2208-00 

SJD2-2200-00 
SJD2-2202-00 
SJD2-22 10-00 

SJD2-2221-00 

SJD2-2222-01 

SJD2-2217-01 
SJD2-22 13-00 



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